The hope is the unusual yellow, orange and purple cords will be less likely to be stolen.
Organisers, the West End Festival, are on the hunt for volunteers to help coordinate the torchlight walk through the West End.
At this time of year, as the dark nights draw in and the festivities begin, it can be easy to close the door and forget what is going on outside.
Inspired by the whimsical world of Alice in Wonderland, The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party themed menu will recall childhood tales with a colourful feast, fine dining style.
Home Energy Scotland says it can help with saving energy, keeping warm at home, renewable energy and greener travel.
itison CEO and event organiser Oli Norman said he was thrilled at how the opening night had gone.
The owner of Eusebi Deli in the city’s West Ends wants to encourage more Scots to make their own pasta from scratch.
She is described as approximately 5’3, slim build with dark shoulder length hair.
Oli Norman said it was important that the event taking place at Glasgow Botanic Gardens gives back to the community.
The evolving menu will be served alongside a small but very fine list of wines and artisan cocktails. Prices will range from £5-£11 per plate.